Places near NT232858 Burntisland

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icon icon  1. Abbotshall, 2. Abden Farm, 3. Aberdour, 4. Auchtertool, 5. Auchtertool House, 6. Auchtertool Manse, 7. Balbie, 8. Balmule, 9. Balmuto, 10. Balmuto Cottage, 11. Balram, 12. Balwearie, 13. Banchory Cottages, 14. Bankhead, 15. Bankhead of Piteadie, 16. Bankhead of Piteadie Farm Cottages, 17. Bankhead of Raith, 18. Beath, 19. Beech Cottage, 20. Bendameer House, 21. Bernards Smithy, 22. Beverkae, 23. Beverkae House, 24. Binnend, 25. Binnhead, 26. Black Lodge, 27. Bleach Works, 28. Bleachfield, 29. Bogie House, 30. Boglillie / Boglily, 31. Boswell, 32. Bouprie Banks, 33. Braefoot, 34. Braehead, 35. Braehead Cottages, 36. Broadleys, 37. Burntisland, 38. Camilla, 39. Carlinknowes, 40. Chapel, 41. Clentrie Farm, 42. Clinkhill Bents, 43. Cockairnie, 44. Colinswell, 45. Common, 46. Craigencat / Craigencalt, 47. Craigton, 48. Croftgary, 49. Croftgary Saw Mill, 50. Cullaloe, 51. Cullaloe Cottages, 52. Cuttlehill, 53. Dalachy, 54. Dalachy Cottages, 55. Dalgety, 56. Dalgety Manse, 57. Datie Mill, 58. Dodhead, 59. Donibristle, 60. Drinkbetween, 61. Druimmuilionn, 62. Dunearn House, 63. Dysart, 64. Earls Row, 65. East Balbairdie, 66. East Balbarton, 67. Easter Aberdour, 68. Easter Bucklyvie, 69. Easter Lochhead, 70. Fordell, 71. Four Lums, 72. Glassliehead, 73. Glassmount, 74. Glenniston, 75. Glenniston Cottages, 76. Glenshee, 77. Grange, 78. Grange Cottages, 79. Grangemire, 80. Greenkip, 81. Hallyards, 82. Hatton, 83. Hayfield, 84. Heath Cottage, 85. Hillside, 86. Humbie, 87. Inchcolm, 88. Inchkeith, 89. Invertiel, 90. Invertiel Farm, 91. Ivy Cottage, 92. Kilrie, 93. Kilrie Cottages, 94. Kilrie Farm, 95. Kilrie Gate, 96. Kinghorn, 97. Kingswood Cottage, 98. Kirkcaldy, 99. Kirkford, 100. Kirkton, 101. Knockdavie Castle, 102. Knowehead, 103. Ladys Bridge, 104. Lamberts Mill, 105. Lambswell, 106. Leuchatsbeath, 107. Linhead, 108. Linktown, 109. Little Couston, 110. Little Raith, 111. Lochend, 112. Lochgelly (part), 113. Lochgelly House, 114. Lochybennet, 115. Long Gates, 116. Longloch, 117. Lonsdale, 118. Lumphinnans, 119. Manorlees / Manorleys, 120. Marionville, 121. Meadowfield, 122. Mill Farm, 123. Montquey, 124. Monziehall, 125. Moss Cottages, 126. Moss Morran, 127. Moss-side, 128. Mossbank, 129. Mourn House, 130. Muirhead, 131. Murel, 132. Nether Bouprie, 133. Nether Pitteadie, 134. New Cottoun, 135. Newbiggin, 136. Newbigging, 137. Newliston, 138. Newton, 139. Newtown / Newton, 140. Nine Lums, 141. North Glassmount, 142. North Glassmount Cottages, 143. Old Banks, 144. Old Town, 145. Old Whitehill, 146. Orrock, 147. Otterston, 148. Panhall, 149. Parkend, 150. Pathhead, 151. Pettycur, 152. Pilkhambrae, 153. Pitconmark, 154. Pitkinnie, 155. Pitkinnie Cottage, 156. Pleasants, 157. Poor House, 158. Port Brae, 159. Powguild, 160. Powguild Mill, 161. Raith House, 162. Red Row, 163. Rodanbraes, 164. Rossend Castle, 165. Rossness, 166. Sauchenbush, 167. Scotts Walls, 168. Seafield, 169. Seafield Tower, 170. Shaws Mill, 171. Silverbarton, 172. Sinclairtown, 173. Slackacre, 174. Smeaton, 175. South Dundonald, 176. South Glassmount, 177. South Lumphinnans, 178. South Piteadie, 179. Southerton, 180. St Colme House, 181. Starley Burn, 182. Stenhouse, 183. Stevensons Beath, 184. Templehall, 185. Templehall Cottages, 186. The Links, 187. The Mains, 188. The Murrel, 189. Thistleford, 190. Torbain Farm, 191. Tyrie, 192. Tyrie Farm Cottages, 193. Vicars Grange, 194. Walton, 195. West Balbairdie, 196. West Balbarton, 197. West Lochhead, 198. Wester Aberdour, 199. Wester Bogie, 200. Wester Bucklyvie, 201. Westerton, 202. White Lodge, 203. Whitehill, 204. Woodside Cottages,

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